In an era where sustainability is no longer optional but a business imperative, understanding how to quantify and control your organisation’s carbon footprint is crucial. This webinar comes at a pivotal time when both regulatory pressures and stakeholder expectations around carbon disclosures are escalating.
This session will offer a comprehensive guide to the principles of carbon accounting in your organization and across your supply chain, making it a must-attend for professionals committed to climate action.
Join Charles Naud, Head of Product for Action Sustainability’s renowned reporting system, for an invaluable webinar that delves deep into the intricacies of Measuring and Managing Carbon Emissions.
• Acquire a foundational understanding of carbon measurement techniques, including the different scopes of emissions (Scope 1, 2, and 3).
• Understand how to effectively gather and validate relevant data for your organisation and supply chain.
• Gain insight into key frameworks and tools, like Action Sustainability’s reporting system, that facilitate accurate carbon accounting.
• Know how to translate carbon data into actionable strategies that align with both organisational and global sustainability goals.
Target audience: This webinar is ideal for sustainability professionals, supply chain managers, corporate strategists, and compliance officers in industries ranging from the events industry to FMCGs who are involved in or interested in sustainability reporting and carbon management.
Session difficulty: This is an introductory session open to all levels but particularly beneficial for beginners and intermediates who are keen to get a solid grounding in carbon measurement and management techniques.
Charles is an experienced sustainability professional, with a background focused on advising major infrastructure clients on measuring their sustainability success and supply chain management programmes.
He brings strong knowledge in the built environment, smart cities, carbon, innovation management, and software solutions. He graduated with an MSc. in Environmental Technology from Imperial College London and has a professional diploma in building smart cities. He has worked as an innovation consultant for global clients, such as Engie, Ikea and Walmart, and is co-founder of a software start-up.
This session is free to attend.